Andean Community of Nations

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Andean Community of Nations

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(Economics) a trading block composed of Bolivia, Ecuador, Columbia, and Peru, with associate members Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay
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In this article we analyse three Latin American regional parliaments: the Andean Parliament (Parlandino), the MERCOSUR Parliament (Parlasur) and the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino).
The Andean Parliament (Parlandino) and the scepticism on Andean regional integration
After the Cartagena Agreement was revamped in 1979 the Andean Parliament and the Andean Court of Justice were also established.
A joint press conference by Colombian and European parlamentarians organised by the Andean Parliament will take place at 17.
There are also four regional fronts within bodies such as the Latin American Parliament (PARLATINO) and the Andean Parliament (PARLANDINO).
Between 2007 and 2009, she was elected president of the Andean Parliament.
From 2002-2006, he was elected as a legislator in the Andean Parliament.
Morocco is already an observer member in various American regional organizations, including the Organization of American States, the Association of Caribbean States and the Andean Parliament.
Five members will also be elected to the regional Andean Parliament.
The AIS is composed of: (1) the Andean Presidents Council (APC) as the highest-level body; (2) the Andean Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs or the political leadership body; 3) the Commission (CAC), the main policy-making body; (4) the General Secretariat (AGS) acting as the executive body of the system; (5) the Court of Justice of the AC (CJAC), the judicial body; (6) the Andean Parliament (AP) or the deliberative body; (7) the Advisory Institutions; (8) the Financial Institutions; (9) Social Conventions; and finally, (10) the Simon Bolivar Andean University.
COPA also allows the participation of regional parliaments such as the Andean Parliament, and interparliamentary organizations of the Americas such as the National Conference of State Legislatures of the United States.
The members of the Central American Parliament and of the Andean Parliament were made aware of the Conference when the Quebec delegation traveled to Guatemala City and Cartagena.